1. Smart Cities

    We have an opportunity for everyone in the world to have access to all the world's information. This has never before been possible. Why is ubiquitous information so profound? It's a tremendous equalizer. Information is power.(Eric Schmidt)
    There is valuable information locked inside existing physical assets. To unlock that value, data from the assets must be connected to the information management network. In a smarter city, valuable physical assets need to be networked. The interconnect technology must be able to capture differing kinds of data and aggregate them effectively. read more
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  2. Advanced Water Management

    Water in the 21st century will be what oil was to the 20th (Fortune Magazine)
    Acquisition and analysis of data facilitates better, more efficient management of available resources – resulting in lower personnel costs, fewer equipment outages, less costly consumer support. Distribution system losses can be identified and corrected. Trends that digress from the norm (anomalies) can be identified more quickly and managed appropriately. Once issues have been identified, management software ensures proper, timely communication of the issues, and provides the facility to track and manage issues from identification to resolution. read more
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  3. AMR / AMI

    Meter reading alone is not the key (although it is important) – What a utility needs is a tool to manage its customers’ consumption.
    (Yarum Locker)
    It is no longer an issue of just reading the meter. Utilities need to control and monitor their distribution channels. The ability of a utility or municipality to collect and aggregate data for purposes of analysis, reporting, and asset management is oftentimes quite limited. Customer acquisition and retention requires utilities to differentiate. Value-added services are becoming part of the package. read more
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  4. Software

    There are two ways of constructing a software design: One way is to make it so simple that there are obviously no deficiencies, and the other way is to make it so complicated that there are no obvious deficiencies. The first method is far more difficult. (C.A.R. Hoare)
    Miltel’s DataSense Applications/Meter Data Management software brings everything together. Whether for AMR/AMI, Advanced Water Management, Smart Cities, etc., collected data are archived for reporting, analytics, monitoring, interface to external legacy systems such as billing, CRM, ERP, asset management, and so on.
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  5. Custom Solutions

    It's so much easier to suggest solutions when you don't know too much about the problem. (Malcolm Forbes)
    Miltel has built numerous custom solutions based upon our proprietary Data Acquisition and Transport (DAT) technology. Whether the application is in distributed sensor data collection and management, agriculture, transportation, or measurement, DAT is an enabler that facilitates the monitoring and management of remote devices. Designed with open architecture, DAT interfaces in the field with any type of digital or analog device and at the data archival point with legacy systems. read more
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